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      My own Dream Recall Method(sort of)

      A simple method I've been using for a long time before I get to know about Lucid dreams. I said it was mine, but I was entrusted by someone in a vivid dream. The strange thing is, I do not remember for what and from who I got it. I only remember the words to remember it very well. Strange right?

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      Steps are simple and easy to perform, can be done anywhere, anytime. The only condition is that you have to be comfortably accommodated without the risk of falling.
      1) Lie or sit down
      2) Relax
      3) Close your eyes
      4) You need anchor, your last dream you remember will do the job
      5) Now imagine the network of neurons in the brain where the memory is stored (for easier, you can imagine spider web or the tree roots)
      I'll upload photos to be more easy:Neurons_Logo.jpg or this brainnetworks.jpg or this neuron-brain-connection-concept-as-a-tree-in-a-human-head-form-with-fjx6ap.jpg

      6) Now put your last dream on one of these neurons (or luminous points)
      7) Now imagine how only the neuron in which you have put your dream is shining
      8) Now try to move the light (You have the possibility up, left, right, down)
      9) Move it to the next neuron (each neuron is a dream memory you've had)

      At first you will remember only fragments, but with a little practice you will be able to remember whole dreams. And with a little more, even dreams of your childhood. This is like muscles in your arms with training they get stronger.

      Good luck to all.
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      I had actually already tried this for dream and memory recall, but didn't have much success. However, maybe others will. For me the visualization of neural pathways didn't help, but rather distracted. Something that worked for me was visualizing a inner world of white void with bubbles of memories and dream memories. Another method is guided self-hypnosis. ^^

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      Quote Originally Posted by lucidbunnie View Post
      I had actually already tried this for dream and memory recall, but didn't have much success. However, maybe others will. For me the visualization of neural pathways didn't help, but rather distracted. Something that worked for me was visualizing a inner world of white void with bubbles of memories and dream memories. Another method is guided self-hypnosis. ^^
      That's why I told you to imagine spider web or tree roots instead.

      You said that you read it somewhere, but in my case it was given to me by a DC in vivid dream many years ago.
      I wonder, if it was my Dream Guide Strange indeed.
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